Though he said he wants to be a Giant forever, he could not promise he would be back with the organization in 2013.
“You just never know who won’t be back next year,” Bradshaw said as he cleaned out his locker earlier this week. “Including me.”
Bradshaw rushed for a team-high 1,015 yards in 12 games started, finishing with six touchdowns. Down the stretch, it was the rookie, David Wilson, who saw more action in the backfield.
Bradshaw has two years remaining on his contract, earning $3.75 and $4 million, respectively.
The Giants have not approached him about restructuring his deal.
"I'm all in. That's how I've been since I've been here," he said to The Star-Ledger. "I bleed red, white and blue and that's what it's about with me right now. I can't go into any other details about it, but I will always be a Giant forever."
Bradshaw has continually been bothered by lingering foot injuries, as well as a knee injury earlier this year. In addition to Wilson, Andre Brown surfaced as a goal-line back before being placed on injured reserve.
After New York won the Super Bowl last year, the team let veteran back Brandon Jacobs walk.
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